Joining Ramona is Don Ivany in our Corner Brook studio. He’s with the Atlantic Salmon Federation and Sam Synard, the mayor of Marystown.
Over 1,000 people interested in learning more about the company. Representatives of Grieg NL decided to hold a second employment information session Wednesday night when huge amount of people turned up to see what the … Read More
The Placentia Bay Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture Project proposed by Grieg NL has been released from further environmental assessment. The minister responsible for Environment and Climate Change, Perry Trimper, originally released the project from further assessment … Read More
Fish escapes and their effects on native wild salmon populations is one of the biggest arguments against Grieg NL by those opposed to the project. Grieg NL has provided plenty of information concerning new technologies … Read More
Environment Minister Perry Trimper has decided that his initial decision to release Grieg’s proposed aquaculture development from further environmental assessment in Placentia Bay will stand. The minister made the initial decision back in July, but … Read More
The company contracted to build a controversial aquaculture hatchery in Marystown says Newfoundland is the perfect place to bring its Norweigian technology — not only are weather conditions similar, but it’s closer to American buyers. … Read More